The dining room of Christina Anstead's newly renovated home, which features a wine cellar custom built by boyfriend Ant Anstead, opens to the backyard, the living room, and the kitchen, as seen on Christina on the Coast.
Just off the kitchen, a casual dining room basks in the glow of the natural light from the large pay windows. A new, rustic dining table provides the family with a great space for making memories, while the contrasting black chairs make great statement pieces. Custom benches and cabinets are in place behind the dining table to create more seating and display the homeowners' vintage dishes.
Custom stone arched windows allow natural light to illuminate this living room. A neutral sofa and colorful pillows decorate the living room, while wrought iron chandeliers hang in the dining and kitchen areas. Exposed beam vaulted ceilings add a finishing touch.
Adjacent to the dining area is a feature wall dedicated to a custom art piece that extends beyond the borders of the canvas. This piece by Fabio Mesa creates a unique accent and pop of color in the space. An acrylic base provides a modern transparency with the perfect shade of blue. A custom console table below was designed in a mirror finish to further reflect the painting and not detract from it.
Platinum upholstery and horizontal lines characterize this midcentury modern-inspired living and dining room. White walls provide a clean backdrop for the home's sleek, modern style. A custom banquette wraps around the extra-long dining table.
This stylish dining room and adjacent kitchen are the end result of a custom contemporary renovation of the home, a 1970s bungalow. Handcrafted Middle Eastern pendant lights hang over the dining table, while artifacts from the region grace the table.
The kitchen in the King home has been completely transformed and repositioned. Some of the key elements of the kitchen are the open shelves, the black granite countertops, the brick backsplash, a vent hood, stainless steel appliances, industrial light fixtures and a custom island, as seen on Fixer Upper.
This wallpaper was a game/room changer! A boring space was transformed with great texture when that went up. The rustic table and the tray and indigo African textiles we framed, give it a relaxed feel but the damask curtains make us a little Southern. African textiles and mud cloth from the flea market made great art and we made pillows in the leather chairs in the living room out of it too! These custom, casual and bohemian touches made all the difference!
As seen on Home Town, the Walker's Laurel, MS existing dining room was cold and uninviting was a dark stain on the existing wood floor and a single door in the wall to access the wall paneled kitchen. After the renovations, their dining room now flows right into the large kitchen and features the original hardwood floor refinished, updated furnishings, a custom built white oak buffet table and a custom designed wallpaper wall that host Erin Napier hand drew and sent off to have the wallpaper created for the Walker residence.